New participatory instruments in local governance : cases from Rwanda, South Africa, and Uganda : paper

Abstract: The importance of community participation in Africa is illustrated, using case studies from Rwanda (health services) and Uganda (Local-to-Local Dialogue) that are intended to strengthen both the action and voice of local citizens in delivering public services.

Author(s): Matovu, George W.M.

Source(s): , 18 p., ill., graphs

Published: 2011 Local government managers Australia (LGMA)], [South Melbourne (English

ISBN/ISSN: /

Link: http://www.lgma.org.au/downloads/File/Matovu%20-%20New%20Participatory%20Instruments1-1%20-%20African%20Case%20Studies.pdf

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